Door of Mystery

| I found myself <a href="">wandering about</a> <a href=",+Boston+MA+02116&ll=42.349252,-71.078281&spn=0.016556,0.054073">Boston</a> <a href="">Public Library</a> for longer than I expected Friday. Part of it was the <a href="">map exhibit</a> and part of it was the <a href="">architecture</a> (and simply a place to relax for a bit). Amusingly, stairs and stairways seem <a href="">filled with drama</a> at BPL, and if the guard hadn't just warned me about taking flash photos, I might have tried to sneak a peak behind that door. » about 100 words

Edward Gorey’s “Elephant” House

Edward Gorey is known for having created the Gashlycrumb Tinies, an alphabet of ways young children can meet an early end. That, and the bumper animations for public television’s Mystery! (here, have some games). Gorey is dead now, but his house in Yarmouth is open to the public. Admission is $5 for adults (, phone […] » about 200 words